Category: Mass Timber Champions

Brock Commons Flying Panel
Brock Commons Flying Panel

June 3, 2018Mass Timber Champions, News

At Structurlam, we are proud to surround ourselves with committed and passionate people who are true champions of mass timber construction. Structurlam Mass Timber Specialist, Ron McDougall recently shared his insight on the innovation of the industry with Wood Innovates BC. Thank you, Ron, for your continued and long-standing commitment to Structurlam and mass timber. …

Brock Commons
Brock Commons

May 17, 2018Mass Timber Champions, Vlogs

Mass timber is changing the way we build. At Structurlam, we have set the bar for quality and innovation, continuing to push the boundaries of what’s possible. Throughout our 60 years in operation, we have had the privilege of working alongside some of the most talented, innovative, creative people in the mass timber sector. Their …

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April 10, 2018Mass Timber Champions, News

When it comes to leading-edge technology and innovation, the forestry industry is often overlooked. However, new manufacturing technology is drastically changing the way we build and live. Cross-laminated timber (CLT) and Structurlam’s pre-fabrication technology is allowing more mid- and high-rise buildings to be constructed using wood, positively changing the commercial and residential landscape of North …

First Tech 2
First Tech 2

March 1, 2018Mass Timber Champions, News

“A milestone project, First Tech Federal Credit Union is a shining example of the possibilities of building with mass timber and the associated benefits. In a time when eco-friendly buildings are not a luxury but a necessity, mass timber structures have drawn the world’s attention to their strength, light environmental footprint, and cutting-edge prefabrication technology.” …

Structurlam BNN
Structurlam BNN

October 30, 2016Mass Timber Champions, News

The University of British Columbia’s Brock Commons is a structure that has challenged the conventional construction landscape. Standing at 18-storeys, UBC’s newest student residence was named the world’s tallest timber tower in 2016. Structurlam supplied the building’s primary structural components: cross laminated timber (CLT) panels and glue laminated timber (glulam) pillars. Recently, Structurlam President, Bill …

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